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Joanne Li, Ph.D., CFAEDUCATIONJul 1993 – Jul 1997Ph.D. in Finance with support discipline in Econometrics, FLORIDA STATEUNIVERSITY, Tallahassee. Florida (Dissertation Title: Corporate Governance Two Essays on the Role)Jan 1991 – Aug1992B.S. (Summa Cum Laude) in Finance, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, Tallahassee, FloridaCERTIFICATIONChartered Financial Analyst (CFA ), Association for Investment Management andResearch/CFA INSTITUTE (since Jun 2001)EXPERIENCE OVERVIEWJune 2021University of Nebraska at OmahaChancellor-ElectMay 2017 – May 2021Florida International UniversityDean, College of BusinessProfessor of Finance (with tenure)Ryder Eminent Scholar Chair in BusinessFlorida International University (FIU) is a Carnegie Classification Research 1 public university in Miami,Florida. The university has two main campuses with a student population of roughly 58,000 and is ranked 4thlargest public university by enrollment in the country. In 2021, FIU is ranked No. 1 in the performance metricsof the Florida State University System. In recent years, FIU is recognized as a Preeminent University in theState of Florida. FIU College of Business (FIU Business) is divided into the Landon Undergraduate School ofBusiness and the Chapman Graduate School of Business. It serves over 10,000 students, includingundergraduate, masters, and Ph.D. programs. Currently, FIU Business is the largest business school in the stateof Florida and the largest producer of Master’s degrees in Business in the nation. FIU Business is the home ofthe #2 International Business program in the nation and #1 ranked Real Estate Research in the world.July 2012 – May 2017Wright State UniversityDean, Raj Soin College of BusinessProfessor of Finance (with tenure)Wright State University is a public research university with eight academic colleges near Wright Patterson AirForce Base in Fairborn, Ohio. The university has two campuses with a student population of 18,059, offering109 majors at the associate and bachelor levels and 121 at the masters and doctorial levels. Raj Soin College ofBusiness is AACSB and ABET accredited with 6 academic departments, offering ten majors at the bachelorlevel and six at the master level at both the Main and Lake campuses, which constitute a student body ofroughly 1,800. It has the single largest graduate class on campus.Aug 2009 – Jun 2012&Jul 2006 – May 2008Towson UniversityChair, Department of Finance, College of BusinessProfessor of Finance (with tenure)Towson University is a regional public university with seven academic colleges located in Towson, BaltimoreCounty, Maryland. It is part of the University System of Maryland with a student population of 22,000,offering degrees at the associate, bachelor, and doctor of science levels. The College of Business andEconomics is AACSB accredited.Jun 2008 – Jul 2009Becker’s CPA/Stalla Review for the CFA ExamCFA Curriculum Director/Editor-in-chief

Joanne Li,page 2CFA exam prep provider unit of Becker’s CPA with a 10M operating budget. The editorial office is located inNorthridge, CA along with the production team. Supervised three CFA levels managers, three editors, and 50subject matter experts (CFA and Ph.D.). The unit was in charge of study materials for all levels of exams.Jul 2007 – Jul 2006Sellinger School of BusinessLoyola University Maryland, Baltimore, MarylandAssociate Professor of Finance (2004-2006)Academic Director for the Sellinger Scholars Program (2002-2003)Assistant Professor of Finance (1997-2004)CONTACT INFORMATIONAddress:Phone:Email:Home Page:FaceBook:LinkedIn:OfficeFIU Business11200 SW 8th StreetMiami Fl .com/fiubusiness/Joanne Li LinkedInDean, College of BusinessFlorida International University5/2017 to presentWork closely with the President, Provost, executive cabinet of VPs and Deans to develop and achieve the visionand mission of the university, including recent Top 50 ranking goal and the Next Horizon Campaign. Workcollaboratively with college leadership team to meet and exceed the Performance Metrics set by the Board ofGovernors in the State University System of Florida. Execute college initiatives and vision to support the 2025Strategic Plan. Emphasize on student success, faculty and staff development. Hold strong belief inpassionately managing people, stimulating creativity and innovations, paying attention in operational andfinancial management, and building team’s discipline to execute strategies. Build strong partnerships in greaterMiami area and beyond through deliberate, intentional, and meaningful networking. Act as a responsibleconnector to cultivate collaboration among many constituents of the university, including board of trustees,foundation boards, alumni boards, advisory councils, state legislators and community, and business community.Build highly motivated faculty and staff teams by encouraging creativity and innovations through intentionalmentoring and development.ADVANCEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT:University 750M Next Horizon Campaign ( 600M raised to date) Conceptualized and prepared campaign case statement and campaign priorities FIU Business is responsible for 50M ( 30M raised to date) Set two new record-breaking fundraisings in 3 years Created Innovation Hub with seed money provided by corporate sponsors Naming classroom, lab, Ph.D. dedicated conference room Naming mentoring program for the college Created Dean’s Destination Scholarship to support student 4-year graduation Brought in named endowed professorships Created donor-sponsored international internships Created Dean’s Destination Fund to provide emergency funding to retain students during pandemic Naming Financial Wellness lab with financial support from corporate foundationCollege Advancement

Joanne Li,page 3 Giving has totaled over 12M during deanship in the last 3.5 years and set two new records for thecollege.Over 3.5M in scholarship supportNearly 3M for academic and experiential learning programs (including the naming of the AltriaDiversity Program, College’s Mentor Program, Single Parent’s Program, Creation of the InnovationHub, BMI Global Learning, Sales Lab, Real Estate, DBA Program, Dean’s Destination Scholarship,ATOM, DASH, and the SBDC)Over 1M in discretionary funds (hardest to raise)Over 650K in Faculty support for the first Distinguished Professorship in Real Estate (#1 Real EstateResearch Production) and Logistics and Supply Chain facultyLead the development of the College’s strategic plan- Including the Next Horizon Capital Campaignstrategy and funding priorities for FIU Business 50M Campaign GoalFaculty/ Staff engagement in Fundraising- participation has been over 80% consecutively the last threeyears; one-year participation was 100%VISIBILITY AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS: Member, CNBC Acorns Invest in You: Ready. Set. Go. Financial Wellness Advisory Council, servealongside business leaders, thought leaders and influencers in the realm of personal finance via CNBCnetwork with a social purpose to educate and provide actionable information to help everydayAmericans grow their financial knowledge and navigate key financial decisions. Invited Presenter, AACSB Deans Conference 2020 to present strategies and business operations onInternational Mobility among over 1,000 business deans in the world. Member, Board of Directors and Finance Committee, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Established an internship partnership with the University of International Business and Economics(UIBE), No. 1 ranked international business in China, with FIU-UIBE project estimated at about 620M and FIU’s presence in Qingdao in a consortium of top-ranked universities around the world Visiting Professor, University of International Business and Economics Keynote, European Foundation for Management Development Global (EFMD) 2020 Conference Founding Member, Women in Business Education-A Global Community to Champion Women inBusiness Academia Member, Board of Director and Finance Committee, The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Influential Business Women of 2020, South Florida Business Journal 2020 Class of Florida Influencers set agenda to influence on critical policy issues of importance toFloridians Immediate outgoing President, Council of Chinese American Deans and Presidents 2018-now Member, European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Global Network AmericasAdvisory Board Former Member, Steering Committee, The Latin American Council of Management Schools(CLADEA) Member of the Advisory Council of CENTRUM PUCP, the business school of the Pontifical CatholicUniversity of Peru Founding Member, International Advisory Council of Lisbon School of Economics and Management(ISEG) Member, Board of Directors and Finance Committee, Community Tissue Services/Community BloodCenter Honoree, Book of Leaders 2019 presented by Miami Today Speaker, 2019 Annual Conference of the International Forum on Higher Education hosted by ChinaAssociation of Higher Education under the Ministry of Education, Lanzhou, China 2018 AACSB Top stories, A Student-First Approach to fulfilling school mission Host, 40Under40 South Florida Business Journal 2017, 2018, 2019 Host, Businesses of the Year South Florida Business Journal 2017, 2018, 2019 Created the first FIU Business-IIM Bangalore joint conference on corporate governance, 2019 Official Host, Academy of International Business, 2021 Center of International Business Education and Research, awarded by The U.S. Department ofEducation 2018-2022 (the only one in the state of Florida)

Joanne Li,page 4 Ernst & Young Foundation – Invited attendee of the Campus Diversity and Inclusiveness Roundtable,2019 (New York), 2020 (Atlanta)ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP:Academic Quality #1 in research productivity in the world 2020, tied with National University of Singapore (Journal ofReal Estate Research) #2 in International Business in the nation 2020, 2019 (U.S. News and World Report) – advanced from#6 to #2 in 2019 and ahead of NYU, Georgetown, Wharton, George Washington, and UC Berkeley #8 International MBA in the nation and #3 among public universities (U.S. News and World Report) advanced from #12 in 2019 and ahead of UC Berkeley, Yale, Stanford, UCLA, University of SouthernCalifornia and Northwestern University #9 Online MBA in the world 2020 (QS World University Rankings) #1 Master’s in HR Management 2020 (HR.com) #1 Undergraduate HR Management 2020 (HR.com) #10 Master’s in Marketing Program 2020 (QS World University Rankings) #22 Online Master’s in Business program 2020 (U.S. News and World Report) #24 Full-time MBA Program 2020 (U.S. News and World Report) #29 Master’s of Science in Finance 2020 (QS World University Rankings) #34 Master of Information Systems – Business Analytics 2020 (QS World University Rankings) #33 Public Healthcare Management in US 2020 (U.S. News and World Report) Overall Business School Undergraduate ranking jumped to #116 (2020) from #151 (2017) and jumpedto #70 (2020) from #97 (2017) among public universities #11 Best online undergrad business 2021 (U.S. News and World Report) #14 Best Online Master’s Business (non-MBA) (U.S. News and World Report) #14 Best Online MBA – Marketing (U.S. News and World Report) #14 Best Online MBA – Finance (U.S. News and World Report) #21 Best Online MBA – General management (U.S. News and World Report) #25 Best Online MBA – Business Analytics (U.S. News and World Report) AACSB Accreditation extension in 2018§ Provided strategic leadership in steering the college§ Earned CAMHE accreditation for Healthcare programs§ Earned RICS accreditation for Real Estate programs Created five Ryder Fellowships to promote faculty research productivity Created Teaching Innovation grants to promote teaching excellenceDiversity and Inclusiveness Cluster-hired 40 new faculty from top academic programs with an incremental increase in 21 newpositions to strategically develop programs and initiatives. Among the new hires, 25 are classified asminority with 12 females, 13 are Black/African American or Hispanic/Latino.§ Host the inaugural CLADEA Deans Workshop in Miami, 2019§ Host CLADEA Digital Transformation Workshop in Miami, 2019§ Host the China Association of Higher Education and the Minister Counselor, 2019§ Host annual PowerUp Women Leadership Summit for South Florida§ Host Women Faculty luncheons to promote diversity and supportCurriculum Development Created QMB3003 to provide alternative to Business Calculus Launched GEB3003 – a career development courses in both undergraduate and graduate programs Infused technology across all functional units and degree programsEntrepreneurial and Innovative Initiatives Four-year Graduate rate for FTIC

Joanne Li,page 5§ Improved 4-year graduation rate from 29% in 2017 to 33.5% in 2018, 45% in 2019, 52% in2020 with projection of 68% in 2021.Established Dean’s Destination Scholarship to promote student success and timely graduationEstablished Dean’s Student Advisory BoardCreated Dean’s High Achiever SocietyReorganization of Chapman Graduate School resulting a significant cost cutting effort, resulting anincrease of 17-25% in enrollment in the last three yearsCreated BizPass, an in house mobile app, to build a community through a technological drivenplatform to disseminate informationLaunched DASH program to provide continuous professional training post-graduationDean, Raj Soin College of BusinessWright State University7/2012 - 5/2017Work closely with the President, Provost, executive cabinet of VPs and Deans to develop and achieve the visionand goals of the university. Work collaboratively with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and communitystakeholders to identify and implement strategic plans that advance the mission and vision of the college. Actas a spokesperson to articulate and promote the mission, vision, goals, and needs of the university and thecollege to the business community. Build relationships with the university’s board of trustees and externalgroups including state legislators and community, regional, national, and international organizations with intentto coordinate, guide, and secure resources to achieve university, state, college, and economic developmentgoals. Mentor and develop faculty and staff to build a highly-motivated and effective leadership team.SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS:ADVANCEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT:University 150M Rise.Shine Capital Campaign (campaign exceeded goal of 150M) Conceptualized and prepared campaign case statement and campaign priorities for the 150MRise.Shine Campaign Pursued an active engagement strategy and solicited the Rise.Shine Campaign's largest donors Executed donor-centric approach to establish strong relationship with the Soin Family to achieveuniversity campaign priorities in building a research park ( 2M) Built and maintained strong relationship with Mathile family (alum of college) that contributed to thebiggest gift for the university new Student Success Building ( 2M) Represented the University and the Rise.Shine Campaign at regional events around the country Received direct credit to the college from March 2014 to present ( 7M) ReyRey Café ( 1M project) Center for Career Management ( 300k)College Advancement Identified and invested in additional fundraising professionals to enhance areas of greatest need –discovery and growing a network of donors Created over 40 new scholarships since joining the university, with 14 new scholarships in FY2015and 11 in FY2016 Established and supported eight experiential learning programs all with private support resulting inover 100k of annual support: Wright Venture, Professional Business Institute, ReyRey Cafe studentmanagement, LIFT Symposium, Wright Brother's Day, Professional Development Day, YoungBusiness Scholars Program, Degree Completion Program Delivered 22 proposals and successfully secured 15 existing and new proposals (totaling over 400k)including two additional proposals with Reynolds and Reynolds for the ReyRey Café (totaling 73k)during the end of FY14 through FY15

Joanne Li,page 6 Secured an estate gift of 100k from the Chairman of the Raj Soin College of Business CorporateAdvisory Board over more than six years of active cultivation and strategy guidance, and continuationof annual gifts in the amount of 3k plusRe-engaged former members with new by-laws and expectations (including an individual 2,500 giftper board member to college)Secured 250k from major corporate partner to establish the Center for Career Management andincreased annual scholarship support from 3k to 13kSecured 50k from another corporate partner to support the creation of the Center for CareerManagementEstablishing an 85k endowed scholarship with college alum that led to a 25k scholarship from auniversity alum who believes in the mission of the collegeVisited a prominent alum in Taiwan and during the first meeting solicited an unrestricted gift of 50kMade 615 individual visits in FY2013-2016 alongside development officers with roughly 200 are newor renewed contactsEncouraged faculty and staff to support the Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign andconcluded the year with record breaking donation results. RSCoB faculty and staff participated ataverage of 76% and through the campaign raised over 100kCreated an individual scholarship for non-traditional students which aligns with the mission of thecollege to focus on a niche market of 25- to 34-year-oldsVISIBILITY AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS: Established a bi-monthly Dean’s Vision Breakfast to provide opportunities for newly qualified majorgift prospects to interact with the college administration, faculty, students, and to tour recentlyrenovated areas. Through this program, we have hosted many prospects, among whom major giftconversations are ongoing with the expectation of several gifts closing in FY17 Recruited and restructured Dean's Corporate Advisory Board: a 15-member group of C-levelexecutives serving staggered terms with an annual contribution to the college/University resulting inover 100k gifts to college Hosted annual Business Keynote to bring in partners, including Teradata and Capital One Bank, tosolidify collaboration through using our newly built Data Analytics and Visualization Environment lab(DAVE) Established new program with Dayton Early Collage Academy (DECA) known as the Young BusinessScholars Program and secured by a gift from a corporate partner for 10k Created a new Campaign Liaison position dedicated to prospect discovery work and sponsorshiprequests Recorded solicitation plans with 29 individuals totaling 1.9M by end of fiscal year 2014 Deepened relationships with many corporate partners who subsequently hosted faculty retreats at theirfacilities Received over 16k from corporate partner to sponsor the Center of Economic Education andFinancial Literacy in a 15-county area Established relationship with major employers in the area, such as WPAFB, Dayton Children’sHospital, B2B solution companies, defense contractors, high-tech manufacturers, and retailers Host donor prospects at WSU/Nutter Center Arena Events to build relationships for the university andthe college Hosted Dean’s receptions in Dayton, Cincinnati, and Columbus for university alum on behalf of thePresident Recognized business leaders and alumi through Beta Gamma Sigma induction ceremony and hostedalumni awards banquets Served on the Dayton Chamber of Commerce on behalf of the university Host annual faculty appreciation dinners with the Soin family to connect faculty, staff, and studentswith partners and friends of the university with an average attendance of over 200 Host annual Business of the Year event with Dayton Business Journal to recognize outstandingbusinesses in the region Host annual “40Under40” event presented by Dayton Business Journal recognizing up and comingtalent in the region with recent attendance exceeding 450 professionals

Joanne Li,page 7 Established Degree Completion Program focusing on non-traditional students between the ages 21 and39 who have college credits but no degree to cross the finish line and revitalize the workforce in theregionCreated Wright Venture, a three-way partnership between private sponsors, WSU foundation, and RajSoin College of Business (RSCOB) to provide innovative funding venue for student entrepreneursCreated Blue Chip Internship along with Corporate Advisory Board for students to attend high profileinternshipsRecognized as one of “Dayton’s Power 50 Women” three years in a row by Dayton Business Journalas one of the top leaders from the Miami Valley, featuring women from a bevy of industriesRecognized among “100 of Dayton’s Women Influencers” by Lean In Chapter, DaytonRecognized among “Wise Women” by the Deloitte Dayton Women’s Initiative as one of the eightDayton-area women leaders of the fourth annual Wise Women eventACADEMIC LEADERSHIP:Academic Quality AACSB Accreditation extension§ Provided strategic leadership in steering the college through our maintenance of three criticalareas, including strategic management and innovation, faculty development, and assurance oflearning while transitioning the College by using the new 2013 AACSB AccreditationStandards§ Adopted and implemented in-house software called AssessMyProgram (AMP) to fosterassurance of learning and outcomes.§ Received 5 commendations from AACSB visiting team, including a direct quote:“Maintaining the high level of morale and buy-in exhibited by the stakeholders on this visitgiven the resource constraints in place exhibited strong strategic management processes inplace and reflected strong positive leadership of the college by Dean Li.” Four University Professorships – Advocated for the College of Business in the highly competitiveuniversity professors recognition. Faculty in the college won two out of three most reputableuniversity professorships in 2014-2015 in research and teaching and one in 2013-2014 in teaching. In2016-2017, one of the junior faculty also won the prestigious Presidential Award of Excellence inEarly Career Achievement Increased faculty sabbaticals through implementing new professional development leave guidelinesand promoted a positive critique process to help the College win incremental increases in professionaldevelopment leaves (sabbaticals) from the university Dean’s Research Grant – designed an innovative three-tier research grant to promote quality researchand collaboration among faculty. Launched a showcase event to celebrate faculty’s research and encourage interaction upon their returnfrom sabbaticals. These workshops are open to the university and the public to nurture interactionamong stakeholders. Faculty are encouraged to share their thoughts and exchange ideas Created Junior Faculty Brown Bag luncheon to promote cross-disciplinary research efforts andexchange ideas. Sponsored luncheon to encourage all junior faculty to discuss and showcase theirresearch projects Chaired institutional governance criterion for Wright State University Higher Learning CommissionAccreditation committee. Engaged in dialogue with multiple units on campus over a period of twoyears including the executive secretary to the Board of TrusteesDiversity and Inclusiveness Cluster-hired 19 new faculty from top academic programs with an incremental increase in positions tostrategically develop new programs and revise curriculum Seized opportunity to grow under-represented minorities through a new university policy andincreased the diversity of faculty in areas such as data analytics and HR specialties Worked with Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement on projects to increase diversity andinclusiveness among faculty, staff, and students Recruited underrepresented minority faculty and staff

Joanne Li,page 8§§§35% increase in female faculty20% increase in African American staff15% increase in minority representation in Dean’s student advisory boardCurriculum Development Successfully transitioned from quarters to semesters in 2012 Master of Business Administration Online Program§ Launched Online MBA Program, which included building all the requisite infrastructure§ Strategically hired faculty with expertise to develop online deliverables§ Worked administratively with college faculty, faculty senate, provost, and board of trustees inthe university to gain state’s approval and support Four-year General Business Degree at Lake Campus§ Responded to the demand of business communities and county high school student graduatesin Mercer/Celina counties§ Created opportunity hire and collaborative partnership with Lake Campus to recruit faculty tostaff program§ Worked administratively with faculty, faculty senate, provost, and board of trustees in theuniversity to gain state’s approval and supportEntrepreneurial and Innovative Initiatives Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE)§ Created Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE), an innovative model to allowstudents to participate in commercialization, technology transfer, business venture, andentrepreneurial projects§ Built an alliance between students, faculty, and business to form a three-way partnership toexecute our experiential learning model§ Positioned students as preferred providers to participate in Air Force Research Lab (AFRL)Technology Acceleration Project (TAP) and to work with the Entrepreneurs Center (TEC) indowntown Dayton Data Analytics and Visualization Environment Lab (D.A.V.E.)§ Secured resources from the state in a highly competitive funding environment to construct thislab§ Provided industry-driven software, such as Tableau, Cloudera’s Hadoop, for classroomlearning§ Excited innovative curriculum changes across disciplines and prepared college for changes inaccreditation requirements through industry partnerships§ Seized opportunity of new facility to promote entrepreneurship majors and minors inundergraduate programs (currently at faculty senate’s level for approval) ReyRey Café§ Raised private funds and created a partnership with the university to build the first studentmanaged café on campus§ Involved students in all business model planning and strategy sessions§ Created student management board and provided them with executive positions asentrepreneurs§ Build a business model to funnel revenues of the cafe to student scholarships Center for Career Management§ Raised private funds through corporate partnerships to build an in-house career managementcenter for business students§ Proposed the first decentralized model of career services for students by creating the positionof Director for Career Management§ Tasked the center on providing the most efficient and effective placement for full-time andinternship Degree Completion Program§ Targeted toward non-traditional students between the ages 21 and 39 who have college creditsbut no degree§ Initiated scholarships, emphasized highly individualized and intentional advising, andprovided a flexible deliverable to lead students to finish line

Joanne Li,page 9 Wright Venture Competition§ Established a three-way partnership between private sponsors, WSU foundation, and Raj SoinCollege of Business (RSCOB) to provide innovative funding venue for student entrepreneurs§ Sought industry leaders as judges to set the stage for practical skill and new attitudes inbusiness learningLIFT2 Symposium§ Presented Leading Innovations in Finance Today and Tomorrow (LIFT2) symposium andconnected professionals in finance and financial services with students, faculty, and ourbusiness affairs unit§ Enhanced the visibility of the college and university, promoted partnerships with businesses,and cultivated full-time employment opportunitiesEnrollment Management Reversed trend of declining enrollments§ 4% increase in undergraduate headcount§ 29% increase in graduate headcount§ 10% increase in total headcount Recent efforts focused on§ Created strategic team on enrollment management within college§ Established unified marketing message§ Targeted at B2B relationship building for graduate recruitment§ Improved student retention Provided remedial help for at-risk students§ Provided alternative to business calculus to retain students§ Presented peer tutoring programs§ Created lab hours to focus on math skills§ Created a new degree completion program and scholarship to bring students who previouslydropped outCAMPUS LEADERSHIPBudget Management Chaired University Funding Model - MDA Strategy to Execution Committee, Wright State University( 400M operating budget)§ Led a group of nine members, including college deans and vice presidents, to restructure theuniversity funding model, MDA – Mission Driven Allocation or Responsibility Center Model§ Paved the way for innovative and entrepreneurial efforts across all units in the university§ Provided leadership to address concerns of the university community and proposed models topromote strategic allocation of resources§ Conducted over 50 interviews on campus to understand constituents’ concerns§ Provided a holistic view on resource allocation and generation by increasing fiscalaccountability Responsible for a 18M operating budget, 60 full-time faculty, 30 adjuncts, 40 staff, and 1,800students on both main and Lake campusesUniversity Strategic Initiatives Search committee member appointed to identify Associate Vice President for Continuing Educationand Distance Education, who will be responsible for strategic planning of continuing and distanceeducation Co-Chaired university’s Higher Learning Committee – Reaffirmation of Accreditation – Criterion 2committee§ Worked with the executive secretary to the board of trustees, the president and the provost toreview the governance structure of the university§ Responsibilities included auditing the common practice

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